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, this is the first time that you've heard this extended provocation and rhetoric from the young kim jong-un. we've kind of heard this rhetoric before, but this is the longest period that we've seen this escalating tension with no end in sight. he we do into that china and russian are concerned and asking the u.s. and others to lower the rhetoric, lower the tension on the korean peninsula. we've received photos of kim jong-un making war plans, we're told, with his national security team shortly after midnight local time. kim jng you know signed orders that places north korean rocket forces on stand by. and the pentagon says they haven't seen any movement on that front yet. the animated state defgs announcer who said this quote, he finally signed the plan on technical preparations of strategic rockets of the korean people's army, ordering them to be on stand by to fire so that they make strike anytime the u.s. mainland, its military bases in the operating operational theater, the pacific, guam-- >> and the north koreans seem to be headed in a different direction here. and so, we will unequivocall
this is a well-worn pattern of bellicose threats of north korea's young leader, kim jong-un who warned his artillery and rocket forces have entered a combat posture. the u.s. military is concerned about anything that might destabilize the area. and that he's taking rhetoric where it shouldn't go. and the new provocation plan, but would create a better combined structure between the u.s. and south koreans. and the u.s. is concerned because of advances in north korean long range rocket technology as evidenced by this satellite launch in december. its he row sent nuclear tests and now today's threat to place 20,000 long range artillery units on high alert. the u.s. and south korea are caring out their annual military exercises until april 30th and the pentagon is concerned that after those exercises end, that kim jong-un will be forced to do something provocative to show that these are not empty threats. during the current exercises the u.s. military has flown b-52 flights over north korea. the recent on march 25th, yesterday, according to the pentagon and remember they're capable of carrying
. then there are these north korean threats coming from the regime of kim jong un to launch the nuclear preemptive strikes as north korean officials call them. frankly, megyn, nobody is taking those very seriously. frankly, while north korea does have a long range missile that could possibly reach hawaii or even alaska, it does not yet have the technology to put a nuclear warhead on that missile. that's not to say the threats are being dismissed entirely because obviously there are other ways of attacking the united states. but the video you just showed, the missile launches they have done, the nuclear tests they've carried out, all are not meaningful right now because they're moving towards a nuclear weapon that can reach the u.s. they do not have it. most experts will tell you, they are at least two years away from achieving that technology, megyn. >> megyn: all right. jonathan, thank you. well, new questions today about whether what some are calling the president's 2014 mid term election strategy may have just back fired. today we'll look at the media pushback on the exaggerations over these budget cha
of the capital, seoul, over the korean peninsula, a reminder to the young kim jong-un in the north, the u.s. is capable of reaching them swiftly, armed with nuclear weapons to protect his friend and alley. and it dropped a payload off the coast in an exercise with south korea. the pentagon wants to detour any adventurism by the young bick tate dictator. the most recent flight is is on monday and capable of carrying nuclear weapons. the u.s. and south korea are taking part in joint military exercises until april 30th. the b-52 flights are a part of the exercises known as full eagle. we will wait to hear from secretary haggle about the counterpart in about an hour's time, megyn. >> jennifer, thank you. >> and planning to play. and the inner city champ for five years straight. and doing a little more dancing than not going on up there. check themselves before they arrest themselves. >> megyn: that was from the 2004 comedy "dodgeball" a game many of us played as children. today one new hampshire school district there will be no dodging, diving, ducking of any kind. the wyndham school district
nba star dennis rodman making a new friend in north korea. that country's leader kim jong un. and rodman praised the leader saying, quote, i love him, he is an awesome guy. rodman was in north korea to film a sports documentary and spoke in english and rodman now on the way back to the united states. an incredible act of sportsmanship helped had a student see his dream and make the shot of his life. and he spent three years on the bench until he was able to suit up with teammates in the final game of the season. and what the opposing team did in the final seconds was nothing short of amazing. trace. >> reporter: get the kleenex, great way to end the week, megyn. this is a high school in el paso, texas and mitchell marcus has been the manager for three years and developmentally disabled, but his team says he's a fantastic manager. the last game of his senior year the coach said you know what, you're going to suit up. mitchell said he would have been happy wearing the jersey, but what he didn't know, nobody else knew, is that mitchell marcus was going to play in that last game
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